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On The Town

NOW IN PERFORMANCES AT BROADWAY’S LYRIC THEATRE (October 2014 – New York, New York) ON THE TOWN, the musical-comedy love letter to

Tuck Everlasting

TUCK EVERLASTING (world premiere, musical) Book by Claudia Shear Music by Chris Miller; Lyrics by Nathan Tysen Based on the Novel Tuck Everlasting


PIPPIN is a high-flying, death-defying hit musical full of extraordinary acrobatics, wondrous magical feats and soaring songs from the composer

Bonnie & Clyde

Two small-town kids from the middle of nowhere became the biggest folk heroes in all America. They craved adventure—and each

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PIPPIN Goes on the Road

cbsnews.com January 4, 2015 Article Link A revival of the beloved musical "Pippin" closes on Broadway today, but a national touring company is

Jon Hamm Visits ON THE TOWN

Broadway.com January 2, 2015 Article Link Jon Hamm and his girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt have a night On the Town! Click for photos from

Deadline on the 2014’s Best Theater

deadline.com December 31, 2014 Article Link ...Broadway had no show to compare with the revival of On The Town, because no other show

Ken Davenport Names Howard & Janet Kagan Producers of the Year

The Porducer's Perspective December 30, 2014 Article Link We had a record breaking number of votes for this year’s Broadway Producer of the

WNYC, The Leonard Lopate Show

wnyc.org December 19, 2014 Article Link ...Broadway had no show to compare with the revival of On The Town, because no other show

Ben Brantley’s Best Theater of 2014

New York Times December 10, 2014 Article Link Broadway got lost in the stars this year. It seemed that everywhere you looked —

Taking a Ride With ‘On the Town’ Actress

The Wall Street Journal November 25, 2014 Article Link In the current Broadway revival of “On the Town,” Alysha Umphress stars as the


PlayBill November 10, 2014 Article Link Casting has been announced for the Atlanta world premiere of Tuck Everlasting, the new musical by songwriters

ON THE TOWN’S Vanity Fair Feature

Vanity Fair November 2014 Article Link When On the Town received its rapturous welcome on Broadway seven decades ago, it brought the phrase

Howard & Janet Kagan: Why Live Entertainment Isn’t Going Away

Bloomberg November 10, 2014 Article Link Howard Kagan and Janet Kagan, producers of "On The Town," explain why live entertainment isn't going away.